E.W. Lane's Arabic-English Dictionary and Lexicon "Derived from the best and the most copious Eastern Sources, comprising a very large collection of words and significations omitted in the K'amoos, with supplements to its abridged and defective explanations, ample grammatical and critical comments, and examples in prose and verse: composed by means of the munificence of tile most noble Algernon,Duke of Northumberland, and the bounty of the British government:by in two books: the first, in 8 Parts, containing all the classical words and significations commonly known to the learned among the Arabs; second, never published or completed, that are of rare occurrence and not commonly known.After thirty-four years of labour at the Lexicon, Mr. Lane died, on the tenth of August, 1876. Volumes6-8 completed by his nephew S. Lane-Poole. 1877-1893. Here is the complete and ordered work inpdf.mjm,2010.